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Best Amy Woodhouse podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Amy Woodhouse podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Welcome to the Sow Edible Farm Podcast. Join our family as we build our permaculture sustainable farm and off grid homestead. With nature as our example, we are shaping the farm with edible food forests, perennials, hugelkulture beds, swales, and keyline water systems. We share our experience in beekeeping and animal husbandry where we pasture raise ducks, chickens, and pigs through the use of rotational grazing and all natural care. As first time farmers, we are learning how to work the lan ...
 
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Including our Kids in our Gardening and Cooking allows us to teach them SO many important life skills, including encouraging healthy eating! While most of us want our kids in the Garden and in the Kitchen, the reality of doing so can sometimes feel impossible. Today we are joined by one of my favorite people, Leah Webb from Deep Rooted Wellness to …
 
Do you want to fill your pantry with a years worth of food? Me too! In this episode we get to chat with Melissa K. Norris from Pioneering Today Podcast about everything from planning how much to grow, to tracking your harvests, and even a peak at what our food storage looks like in our own homes! This episode is packed with so much great informatio…
 
Soil building is the 'secret sauce' to a thriving and productive garden. In this episode we share with you a simple 3 step process that you can do RIGHT NOW to prep your soil for spring. In the farm update we discuss getting the farm ready for winter including this handy checklist I made just for you!) and OUR first skunk story. Hope you enjoy! Res…
 
Today we chat with Tamara from the Roo Apron about how the Roo Apron came to be, what it’s like to create and distribute a product, and how the company has grown over the years. For all of you that are working hard to live your dream, you will love this story of perseverance! Resources: Check out the Roo Apron on their website: www.RooApron.com 20%…
 
Ever wonder what it takes to put on a big conference? How long does it take to plan and how much money do these things cost anyways? Join us in this episode as we discuss all this and more with Amy from Homesteaders of America. Resources: Homesteaders of America Conference 2019 Conference Details including Kidsteader classes and Tickets Homesteader…
 
Plant and Seed Varieties Matter and are one of the keys to simplifying your garden experience. In this episode, we discuss choosing strong genetics in your seeds and plants, seed saving tips, and why we choose the types of seeds that we do when planting out our gardens. Also in the farm update, we talk about our end of summer harvest, fall garden p…
 
Today we chat with Meg and Ben from Hollar Homestead about their search for the perfect place to call home. It has been 2 years since we last chatted with the Hollar's and it is amazing how much they have accomplished! If you would like to listen to the first interview, I have linked it here. In this episode here are some of the fun things we talk …
 
Today we chat with Noelle Fuller from UGarden Herbs all about how to have a healthy relationship with your skin and the Sun. In this episode we discuss: Roles of our skin Things that Damage our skin Healing and Protecting our skin with a holistic approach The role digestion plays in our skin Importance of Hydration Safer Sun Exposure Benefits of th…
 
Today we chat with Jason from Sow the Land about Digital Homesteading. Jason and his lovely wife Loraine share their adventures of leaving the city life in search for a more minimal and intentional life on You Tube, instagram, and Sow the Land podcast. In this episode Jason shares their story and covers topics such as: getting started in You Tube E…
 
Today we chat with Tradd Cotter from Mushroom Mountain about Mushrooms in Soil Building. In this episode we cover topics such as How Mushrooms Build Soil Best Edible Mushrooms for Garden The Importance of Mycorrhizae Fungi in seed starting Using mushrooms in your Orchards and Forest Gardening Should you use mushrooms that are NOT edible in your lan…
 
Today we chat with Kate St. Cyr with The Modern Day Settler about getting started with Dairy Goats. Kate is a blogger and You Tuber as well as a writer for Countryside and Grit Magazine who shares her homesteading adventure of raising livestock and restoring her beautiful 1790’s New England colonial farm. In this episode we cover topics such as dai…
 
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